Topical legal content articles for marketing family law
With a constant stream of case law relating to divorce and family law emanating from the courts, it is important to keep your website up to date if you are to be seen as a leader in your field. But, how easy is it to find the time to write marketing articles when you are busy representing the best interest of your clients?
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the family law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Guide to preparing for family mediation
- what to expect at your first mediation session;
- answers to common questions about the process;
- the role of a mediator in resolving family disputes; and
- next steps whether an agreement is reached or not.
Do we need to formalise our separation?
formalising a separation after a breakdown of a marriage or a civil partnership;
the key advantages of a separation agreement;
when is a separation agreement not needed? and
putting children’s interests first.
Should you sign a prenuptial agreement?
- factors to consider before signing an agreement;
- understanding the implications for both parties;
- pros and cons of having a prenuptial agreement; and
- the importance of getting independent legal advice.
Do I need to start my divorce prior to Brexit?
- when it is beneficial to commence proceedings prior to Brexit;
- advantages of being the first to issue divorce proceedings;
- your rights as to where you issue your divorce; and
- changes to EU recognition of a UK divorce in 2021.
Are future earnings taken account of in a divorce settlement?
- addressing concerns about future financial security;
- which assets are used to calculate the settlement?
- a look into the case of Waggott v Waggot; and
- do future earnings affect maintenance payments?
Agreeing time with your children after separation
- factors considered in the 'welfare checklist';
- identifying any potential risk of harm;
- steps to reaching an agreement with your former partner; and
- opting for mediation or settling a dispute in court.